Airport Retail Enterprises has unveiled the latest addition to their dining portfolio, Mach2 by Machiavelli at Sydney International T1.

Located on the land side of the terminal behind counter H, the venue boasts an open kitchen and a large casual dining space. The menu features Italian staples such as pork and veal meatballs served on a bed of fresh, hand-made pasta – a dish that was made famous at the original Machiavelli venue located in Sydney’s CBD.

Design wise, the venue’s walls are adorned with a series of pop-culture portraits such as The Beatles and Alfred Hitchcock.

“We are thrilled to announce the launch of Mach2 at Sydney International Airport,” says Airport Retail Enterprise CEO, John Chapman. “Bringing unique and new experiences to the savvy traveler is what we are passionate about. Partnering with high profile bars and restaurants around Australia like Mach2 offers a point of difference and undoubtedly enhances the overall passenger experience at T1.”

Mach2 will be joining the ranks of fellow Australian restaurants in the Airport Retail Enterprises portfolio including Frank Camorra’s MoVida in Sydney's Terminal 2, and Shannon Bennett’s of Vue de Monde’s Caf Vue at Melbourne Airport.   


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